Laboratories

Temperature control and measurement in IVF labs

How you measure and what you do with the information is critical

IVF laboratories commonly maintain operating and culture conditions within a narrow temperature range of 36.5 - 37.5 ⁰C. It is important to maintain this constant temperature, as prolonged periods could affect the development of the gametes and embryos and the quality of the culture media. Prolonged exposure of cultures to temperatures other than optimal 37 °C, reduces the ability of fertilization and greatly reduces the ability of cell division or cleavage, growth, implantation potential and subsequent achievement of pregnancy.

Life Sciences

The pharmaceutical, animal genetics and human-assisted reproductive industries all have temperature as a critical component of their production, storage and transportation processes.

The pharmaceutical, animal genetics and human-assisted reproductive industries all have temperature as a crucial component of their production, storage and transportation processes. Thermodata understands how accurate temperature measurements underpin quality and regulatory compliance. To meet these criteria we develop precise temperature monitoring solutions.

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